I’m not really sure why I find smaller art so fascinating. Maybe it is the time and dedication that people have to make it or the fact that you could walk right past it and never notice it, or maybe I imagine it being made by little people…
10 – You are Here – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
While it might not look like it, this interactive art made by the street artist slinkachu is an interactive game of find and seek. He made various works of tiny art all over London and then had a prize for the first person who found them.
9 – Skater Peel – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
By photographing his works of art in real-life size locations, the results give you a whole new perspective on street trash.
8 – Big Mac Space Box – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
Slinkachu has been abandoning little people on the streets of London since 2006, but his later works are a little more detailed and even more amazing.
7 – Drain Dippers – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
Ever wanted to dive into a drain? Well, me neither, but throw in a giant water slide and suddenly it doesn’t seem like such a bad idea!
6 – Milk Rower – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
Don’t cry over some spilt milk, get into a rowboat and enjoy the cool milky stuff before the cat comes along and licks it all up!
5 – Underground Work – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
This work of art is perfect for London. All Starbucks and underground trains, only this time in miniature form and made from rubbish.
4 – Dessert Island Dreams – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
I know it’s a puddle, and I know the island is nothing more than half a tennis ball, but for some reason, I would love to be sad on that ball with them!
3 –The Church of Coke – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
While they are all amazing some of the artist’s works do seem to have a deeper meaning. Anyone for worshipping false gods?!?
2 – Slam Dunk – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
You just have to give the artist credit for this one. Using a can ring pull as a basketball hoop takes some vivid imagination and a very creative streak.
1 – Loch Ness Monster – www.andipa.com/artist/slinkachu
Such amazing imagination and use of this old, thrown away shoe I just had to make it my number 1. With a bottle cap boat just making it even more amazing.